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Basketball surpasses stalled football 'corporation'

After Illinois performed a 63-21 woodshed job on his powerless Cavaliers in January, George Welsh promised a "reinvented corporation." Little did he know his refurbished pigskin machine would be the football equivalent of Crystal Pepsi. So I exaggerate. But the man with 185 victories to his name could never have guessed that media vultures would recite his memorable prophesy more often than the Preamble to the Constitution.


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Men's soccer downs UNC

CHAPEL HILL, N.C.-The Virginia men's soccer team showed resilience by coming back from a 1-0 halftime deficit yesterday to soundly defeat ACC rival North Carolina 3-1 on at Fetzer Field. The No.


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Moses grabs Olympic gold medal

After a silver medal finish in the 100-meter breaststroke last week in Sydney, former Virginia swimmer Ed Moses seized the Olympic gold Saturday as a member of the 4x100 medley relay team that smashed the world record by more than a second. Moses, Lenny Krayzelburg, Ian Crocker and Gary Hall Jr.


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After Wake loss, women's volleyball conquers FSU

The Virginia women's volleyball team lost in straight sets to Wake Forest Friday night but improved its mental approach and determination overnight to defeat Florida State, 3-1 (15-9, 14-16, 15-8, 15-6), and shoot back into the ACC title race. "Our match was just a mental test and we did really well tonight," Cav coach Melissa Aldrich Shelton said.


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Woodied! Dantzler chops down Cav defense

If you were unsure about the Clemson offense, Woody Dantzler or the Tigers' dreams of an ACC title, you're singing a different tune now. Sure, Dantzler, a quarterback no less, led the ACC in rushing before Clemson visited Virginia Saturday.


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Old Dominion routs field hockey

NORFOLK--They say history repeats itself. Yesterday it happened when the Virginia field hockey team lost to Old Dominion for the seventh-straight time, this time by a 5-1 score. Senior goalkeeper Becky Worthington gave the No.


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Cav men travel to Carolina

Coming off an exhilarating 1-0 overtime victory over Virginia Commonwealth Wednesday night, the eighth-ranked Virginia men's soccer team will face the 10th-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels this Sunday at 2 p.m.


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Men's soccer stays perfect against Rams

Alecko Eskandarian is not Brandi Chastain. She took her shirt off. Last night, when the freshman forward ended a long night for the Virginia men's soccer team, he simply pulled his over his head. In the 10th minute of overtime against Virginia Commonwealth, Eskandarian corralled a pass from junior forward Sheldon Barnes on the left side of the goal mouth, dribbled past the fallen goalkeeper and tapped home a shot to give the No.


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Dantzing to Victory

It's always fun to sit back and think "what if?" What if the earth was flat? What if the moon was made of green cheese?


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Conquering the Green

Lewis Chitengwa thrives on distinction and challenge. Right now, he has both. As the only black African-born player on a major U.S.


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Zwarich shatters kills mark in marathon Cav win

Led by a record-breaking performance from senior middle blocker Deanna Zwarich, the Cavalier women's volleyball team ended a four-match losing streak by squeezing out a three-hour 3-2 win against Duke. The Cavs (5-6, 1-0 ACC) had to rally to take the last two games after the Blue Devils (9-4, 0-1) grabbed a 2-1 lead. "We started out well and then relaxed a little bit in the second and third games," Zwarich said.


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